Osoyoos Oxbows facelift unveiled

By on May 21, 2014
Margaret Holm speaks at the official opening of the new nature information panel display in the kiosk at the Osoyoos Oxbows. Holm was the contractor who coordinated the project. The previous panels were in disrepair. The new panels include information about this internationally designated Important Bird Area. (Richard McGuire photo)

Margaret Holm speaks at the official opening of the new nature information panel display in the kiosk at the Osoyoos Oxbows. Holm was the contractor who coordinated the project. The previous panels were in disrepair. The new panels include information about this internationally designated Important Bird Area. (Richard McGuire photo)

Bryn White, third from left, speaks other nature lovers at the official opening Friday of new information panels in the kiosk at the Osoyoos Oxbows. White is program manager at the South Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Program (SOSCP), an umbrella group of conservation organizations. The project was a joint effort of a number of organizations, with government assistance and local donations. (Richard McGuire photo)

Bryn White, third from left, speaks other nature lovers at the official opening Friday of new information panels in the kiosk at the Osoyoos Oxbows. White is program manager at the South Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Program (SOSCP), an umbrella group of conservation organizations. The project was a joint effort of a number of organizations, with government assistance and local donations. (Richard McGuire photo)

Barb Pryce, Southern Interior program manager with the Nature Conservancy of Canada, (second from right) leads a group of nature lovers through Bobalink Meadows to one of the Osoyoos Oxbows. The tour followed the official opening of new information panels at the kiosk Friday. The oxbows themselves were restored over a year ago in a joint project between the NCC and Ducks Unlimited. (Richard McGuire photo)

Barb Pryce, Southern Interior program manager with the Nature Conservancy of Canada, (second from right) leads a group of nature lovers through Bobalink Meadows to one of the Osoyoos Oxbows. The tour followed the official opening of new information panels at the kiosk Friday. The oxbows themselves were restored over a year ago in a joint project between the NCC and Ducks Unlimited. (Richard McGuire photo)

Barb Pryce, Southern Interior program manager with the Nature Conservancy of Canada, (right) shows a group of nature lovers the work that was done to restore the Osoyoos Oxbows. The tour followed the official opening of new information panels at the kiosk Friday. The oxbows themselves were restored over a year ago in a joint project between the NCC and Ducks Unlimited. (Richard McGuire photo)

Barb Pryce, Southern Interior program manager with the Nature Conservancy of Canada, (right) shows a group of nature lovers the work that was done to restore the Osoyoos Oxbows. The tour followed the official opening of new information panels at the kiosk Friday. The oxbows themselves were restored over a year ago in a joint project between the NCC and Ducks Unlimited. (Richard McGuire photo)

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